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“Raising Healthy Children” By Nancy Addison – Best Seller On Amazon!

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I released my new book today on Raising Healthy Children!

It made the best seller’s list!

Raising Healthy Children is a comprehensive book full of encyclopedic information! This book is filled not only recipes and information about how you can raise your children in the healthiest possible way, but also includes resources, references and endnotes to give you the most comprehensive book on how to raise healthy children on the market today. Nancy Addison walks you through the grocery store, shares natural remedies, discusses the health benefits of breastfeeding, shares recipes for non-toxic body products, supplements, vitamins, minerals, and so much more.

 

 

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Eat Clean and Green with Nancy Gibbons Addison- Healthy Foods Chef and Nutrition Expert

Eat Clean and Green w/Nancy Gibbons Addison- Healthy Foods Chef

 

I;m speaking this Wednesday for the American Association For Professional Women.
I’m talking about eating healthy on a budget.
I’m really looking forward to it.
Here is the flyer they put out for their group.
Come if you can! I ‘d love to see you there!

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Nancy is the author of “How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian.” It doesn’t matter if you are a vegetarian or someone who just wants to be healthier. The plant based diet is the healing diet. Nancy has packed this book with incredible health information that would benefit anyone who wants to be healthier from the inside out!Nancy Addison delivers the right recipe for healthy bodies and minds through a personal journey of discovery of what nourishes every cell, tissue, organ, and thought.

When Nancy is speaking, audiences are invigorated by her charismatic approach to eating healthy as they gain a real understanding that what we eat is, truly, who we are. Nancy’s clients have reversed  medical conditions, lost weight, and learned how to eat energizing, healthy, fresh food. Nancy is well-versed in the art of health and nutrition, having studied with world renowned Doctors and nutritionists as well as having received certification from various Institutes and Universities.

Larry Hagman, who hired Nancy when he was diagnosed with cancer, offered her a wonderful testimony for her book. Dr. Gary Massad, who has worked with US Olympic athletes for over 25 years, endorses Nancy and hired her to be his health counselor. He wrote the forward to the book and said the information on sweeteners is the best sweetener information he had ever read! Dr. Michael Hall wrote a book review and said that Nancy should be teaching medical professionals and has Nancy as a regular speaker on the “healing diet” at Parker University. Nancy includes information on eating for stress, hair health, weight loss, thyroid support, diabetes, raw food, cleansing, etc. as well as comprehensive nutritional information.

Basic Green Drink

A basic green drink recipe that is easy to make from a variety of fruits and vegetables, including those you have in the fridge right now. This drink nourishes the cells and heals the body and is only a few minutes away. Not only that, it is delicious!

Basic Green Drink

1-cup leafy greens
1 or 2 pieces of fruit (cored and chopped into pieces)
1 to 2 dates (pitted and soaked about 20 minutes)
3 cups of water

Place in blender and blend.

Note: A powerful blender. like vita mix is recommended.

Greens can be lettuce, spinach, kale, beet greens, etc.
Fruit can be apple, pear, banana, mango, any combination desired.

This summer I am having two book signings in Redstone Colorado. I am looking forward to getting up to the mountains. When I am up there, I am having raw food cooking classes at the Redstone Art Center.

Would you like to arrange a book signing?

Would you like to have me teach a raw food un-cooking class?

Please contact me directly at

Almond Cookies – Raw, Healthy and Easy To Make!

I frequently make these living-food cookies using almond meal I have leftover after making almond milk. I never wanted to waste the almond meal, and this is a wonderful way to use it. You can make these into small snack bars as well. Make sure to store these cookies in the refrigerator.

Would you like to eat a healthy delicious cookie?

Easy too!

This recipe is one of many raw recipes in my book, “How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian.”

Raw recipe

ALMOND COOKIES

Ingredients:
2 c. almonds, soaked in water 12 to 18 hours, or almond meal
1⁄2–1 tsp. sea salt
1⁄2 c. or more honey
1⁄4 c. almond butter
2 T. protein powder
1⁄2 c. organic, raw, shredded coconut

Directions:
1. Grind almonds and sea salt into a fine meal.
2. Slowly add honey, almond butter, and protein powder to make
sticky dough.
3. Roll dough into round long logs.
4. Roll logs in coconut.
5. Wrap logs in parchment or wax paper and then in foil. 6. Chill until firm.
7. Cut slices a little over one-quarter-inch thick.

Note:
I use Garden of Life brand protein powder.

Variation:
Gently press cookies in coconut after they are sliced, for a more coconut-y flavor.

Everyone asks me where they can get a copy of my book.

You can order my book(s) on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and of course, right here on the site!

Suzie Humphrey’s Greek Salad

SUZIE HUMPHREYS’S GREEK SALAD

My friend Suzie makes the best Greek salad!
She generously gave me the recipe for my book.
I am sharing it with you!

Ingredients:

1 c. romaine lettuce, torn in bite-sized pieces

1 cucumber, peeled, seeded, and chopped
1 red pepper, seeded and chopped
1⁄4 c. red onion, cut into small, thin silvers

1⁄4 c. black olives
1⁄4 c. green onions
1 stalk celery, chopped
1 tomato, chopped
3⁄4 c. feta cheese

La Martinique salad dressing

Directions:

1. Toss all ingredients together with salad dressing.

Variation:

Substitute another vinaigrette salad dressing for La Martinique dressing.

Clean Eating

Clean Food
By Nancy Addison CHC, AADP

I was reading the other day about “clean eating.” My client had asked me, if I knew what it was and I really didn’t. I supposed it is certainly better than eating dirty food! So, I looked it up on line. Apparently it is a term used for non-processed or “fast” food. I guess it is making a come back because a lady, wrote a book for “idiots.” And their guide to eating “clean.” It is a term that has caught the buzz. Now there are magazines and websites about eating clean The Clean food movement looks like a good movement. It is a movement that was started over the moral values of the times in the sixty’s, when I grew up. Much of what I talk about in my book and really why I became an organic proponent and vegetarian in the first place is because of the amazing amounts of chemicals and preservatives that are added to food at restaurants and packaging plants; as well as the inhumane treatment of these precious, living creatures. The “clean eaters’ support eating whole, real food. Makes sense to me! As people have gotten sicker and sicker from eating processed foods filled with additives, preservatives, flavor enhancers, as well as antibiotics and hormones; as a last resort they have turned to focusing on what they put in their mouth. I know changing what we eat can be really difficult, but when we stick with it for at least two weeks to ninety days, we can regenerate our tastes buds and really made a shift to the new lifestyle, even in our way of thinking. From what I can find on-line, the “Clean Food” movement says they have 7 principles. So, let’s look at those.
Number 1. Eat whole, natural foods and seek to eliminate or minimize processed foods. Well, that is admirable. But watch out for the word “natural.” It can be totally chemically derived and be legally called natural by FDA standards.
Number 2, They say to choose unrefined instead of refined foods. That sounds good.
Number 3. Include some protein, carbohydrates and fat at every meal. That sounds good as well.
Number 4: Watch out for fat, salt and sugar. That is good concept. But really, what you should look for is what kind of fat, salt and sugar it is. So many of these are really not good, but the healthy alternative can be extremely beneficial. I wrote really long chapters on the types of fats, sugars, and salts there are to choose from. I think quality is paramount.
Number 5 They say to eat six small meals throughout the day. I personally disagree with this. This can create weight problems and digestive problems in my opinion.
Number 6 They say not to drink your calories. The basic thought is good, but some of the suggestions for drinks are not a healthy choice in my own personal opinion. I think they can cause allergies and weight gain.
I am not into counting calories. I don’t do it. I think it is really an outdated mode of eating, because it doesn’t take into account the quality of the food as compared the quality of the other food. Calories for white refined flour are the same as calories for whole- grained, organic flour. I don’t believe it is as relevant and people think. I think it also makes eating so much more complicated. I don’t think eating healthy food should be complicated.
Number 7 is to get moving. Well, how can anyone argue with that? Good suggestion.

Well, in conclusion, if you are a clean eater, I would say you are much better off than you might have been previously, assuming you were eating a lot of fast and processed foods and leading a sedentary lifestyle.

I hope this helped you!
If you want to learn more about healing the body and the healing diet, sign up for my seminar March 10th from 1PM to 5 PM! It is an afternoon that you can spend with me. I only have small intimate groups; so you can ask questions and get all the answers you need. You will learn to handle stress, how to eat for candida yeast problems, cancer, diabetes and heart disease problems. What a gift you can give yourself and your loved ones. It is almost full, so, sign up today! It will be the best investment in your health that you can make.
Aren’t you worth it?
Go to www.organichealthylifestyle.com for more information.

How To Be a Healthy Vegetarian: The Healthy Vegetarian Guide and Recipe Book

How to be a healthy vegetarian

Finally, “How to be a Healthy Vegetarian!” Both the health care provider and lay person have an easy to understand resource in reversing the course of preventable disease. Increasing lifespan and quality of daily activities through better decision-making in daily dietary choices is a recipe easily afforded in this time.

This book has been endorsed by two doctors and Larry Hagman from the show ” Dallas!” Jan Miller, the book publicist, said it contained enough information for 3 books! It is a comprehensive health encyclopedia for anyone who is interested in health, healing, nutrition and cooking. Dr. Hall said it was a great resource book for medical professionals! Dr. Massad said the information on sugar was the best information he had ever read on sugars and sweeteners! Almost half of the book contains fabulous healthy recipes! Put in your order today!

Get Your Copy NOW

(Click here to visit Amazon.com for orders outside the U.S. and Canada.)

Let’s Get Healthy with Nancy Addison Raw Food

Nancy Addison / Raw Food (DVD)Join Nancy and learn how to make the savviest food in the whole world! Learn how to make a gluten free, raw food meal, including:

  • mock spaghetti with marinara sauce,
  • mock parmesano cheese, which includes coconut kefir,
  • and a delicious desert of Date Nut Torte!

You won’t believe how delicious and easy these recipes are! You can become the savviest chef for your family and friends. This is fun and healthy.

A great present to give to anyone trying to adopt a healthier diet. Say yes and order it today.


Let’s Get Healthy with Nancy Addison Smoothies

Nancy Addison / Smoothies (DVD)Do you have to “have” coffee in the morning to “get you going”?

Would you like a super power starter for your day that will give you more energy than coffee and without the down side?

Learn how to make 3 fabulous healthy organic smoothies.  Nancy has amazing recipes that will feed your body on a deep cellular level and give you more energy than coffee.  Get your day and your body started in just the right way for a power packed healthy day!

These are easy to learn and even easier to make!

This video includes a bonus at the beginning of her video that can help you with all your fresh fruit and vegetables!


Let’s Get Healthy with Nancy Addison Mexican Food

Nancy Addison / Mexican Food (DVD)Learn how to make a proper ginger root tea, a cucumber soup, a healthy whole grain rice and one of the best Mexican dishes ever!

Don’t miss the cherry sorbet desert, it is a cool, healthy, refreshing desert that just about everyone will love!